Intro: PMlessonsLearned.com PMJobShop: hosts Mike Chrepta and Scott Percival lead this call with Martin Czebotar presenting on advanced usage of LinkedIn and how to grow your network. PMLessonsLearned.com - PMs helping PMs. Join FREE yahoo group for info to help your PM Career.
Call Date: 08Jan2009
Topic: Advance usage of Linked In and how to grow your network
Presenter: Martin Czebotar
Bio: Martin Czebotar areas of expertise is in designing production
processes and optimizing the work process through Six Sigma
techniques, project management, product design, production
capabilities and team communications
Marty is a networking guru who also volunteers his time to speak to
several local career networking groups. He understands the value of
building and maintaining a strong network.
Do you think you know how to use LinkedIn? Are you comfortable with
networking? Learn how to get more from Linked In with Marty
Czebotar. Learn what you need to know to be a successful networker –
when you're job hunting – and after you've landed your next position.
Outline and Notes:
Items discussed on call include:
Feeling "stuck" in your job search? Finding it hard to move on from
the job you had to the job you want?
Your professional relationships are key to your professional success.
Linked In's mission is to help you be more effective in your daily
work and open doors to opportunities using the professional
relationships you already have. This isn't networking—it's what
networking should be. Forget exchanging business cards with
acquaintances that don't know your work, or trying to renew
professional ties when you need a favor. Through your network you can:
• Find potential clients, service providers, subject experts,
and partners who come recommended
• Be found for business opportunities
• Search for great jobs
• Discover inside connections that can help you land jobs and
• Post and distribute job listings
• Find high-quality passive candidates
• Get introduced to other professionals through the people you
Spoken Word(interviews, reading, etc)
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